That makes a lot of stuff attacking the respiratory system
I’m not so wild about getting older. It’s prefer this fine line between acceptance and prevention. I’m in my mid 60’s and I’m entirely starting to notice a difference in my physical abilities. For sure, I’ve never been a single to just stay parked inside the air conditioning. While I worked inside the zone controlled Heating and A/C of an office. I regularly got out of the air conditioning for a walk and a healthy supper on my supper minute. Likewise, when I got home, I didn’t just plop down in the recliner to suck up the air conditioning at new home either. I either went to the gym with my partner or the people I was with and I took a attractive walk or maybe had a quick game of tennis in the evening. So I’ve regularly been pretty healthy and fit. But as I age, it takes more to keep all of this going. And a single recent point of interest has made a unbelievable change for me respiratory health. Indoor air quality is something that I entirely never understood nor paid that much attention to. I’ve regularly lived outside the city and figured our air was clean. Yet, even with cleaner outside air, there are plenty of sources for synthetic airborne contaminants in the house. From carpet to furniture, synthetic airborne contaminants get released into the indoor air. Add to that pet dander and pollen. That makes a lot of stuff attacking the respiratory system. So the people I was with and I now have HEPA filters in the house and they work great. I could tell the difference in the indoor air conditions within just a few afternoons of having the HEPA filters in location.